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post #11 of 13
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Originally Posted by Papas View Post

I use some tb x31's and there great. Tb get a bad rap. Now to be honest they are no sennheiser/audio-technica but I didn't want to pay those prices.

uh....there are many headphones at the same prices at Turtle Beaches that are much better in sound quality. Whether it's buyer justification or ignorance I dunno, what to imply to decent headphones are more expensive is totally false.

Looking via Google Product Search, the X31 is $60. there are MANY headphones that are better for the price.

software DSP surround sound is much better tbh when calibrated properly.
post #12 of 13
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Originally Posted by chinesekiwi View Post

uh....there are many headphones at the same prices at Turtle Beaches that are much better in sound quality. Whether it's buyer justification or ignorance I dunno, what to imply to decent headphones are more expensive is totally false.
Looking via Google Product Search, the X31 is $60. there are MANY headphones that are better for the price.

Got mine of cl for $25. I looked for weeks for a good deal on sennheiser/audio-technica and finally just decided to buy the x31's of craigslist.

I tried some decent headsets and to be honest, there isn't much difference in sound(to my ears, but I also have fired off a few hundred m203 rounds without ear plugs) to justify the price difference.
post #13 of 13
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I was looking today at the corsair vegence headset for around $88 on amazon, they have 7.1 and apparently are pretty good anyone have an opinion on them?

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